For this mistake they captured a Wells Fargo assailant in El Paso

El Paso.- The man accused of robbing a Wells Fargo bank in downtown El Paso took approximately 1,900 dollars as loot, reported media from the neighboring city.

It was on April 18 that the El Paso Police responded to the report of a robbery at the Wells Fargo bank in the Center, in the building located at 221 N. Kansas Street.

Court documents indicated that Neal told a teller that he was robbing him and that he was armed. Investigators say the teller gave Neal 1,910 in US currency, fearing for his life.

Authorities added that Tensley Neale entered the bank, looked around the lobby, and then left. As he was leaving he pushed the wrong side of the revolving glass door with his bare hand.

The El Paso Police Department verified the United Bank of El Paso handprint through a law enforcement database. That resulted in a match with Tensley Antwuane Neal.

Neal was arrested in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in March 2022 and released on parole.

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